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Build a complete flexible desktop environment Unilogon
Summary Copyright Netvitesse © 2012 2 Typical use cases Brief description Key benefits Main compatibilities Usage scenarios 1 2 3 4 5 References 6
What is Unilogon? A Single Sign-On solution that automatically and seamlessly logs the user with his Hot Desk profile on to the closest IP phone. 3 Copyright Netvitesse © 2012 Plug/start the computer Log on to the windows session The phone is now logged in Bob.STU is now logged in !
What’s new in the Unilogon 2.0? 4 Copyright Netvitesse © 2012 Compatibilities CITRIX ® Native and full compliance with XenApp™ and XenDestop™ Handfull resources and best practices dedicated to VDI VMware View Quick and simple installation thanks to a package with all necessary pre-installed components Transparent service Auto-discovery The phone next to the computer is automatically associated 0-human intervention provisioning Integrated as a Windows service No user impact so No learning curve
Summary Copyright Netvitesse © 2012 5 Typical use cases Brief description Key benefits Main compatibilities Usage scenarios 1 2 3 4 5 References 6
Key benefits Copyright Netvitesse © 2012 6 Simplicity and Flexibility: use the phone seamlessly anywhere within the company without changing any end-user habits Productivity: the time when end-users missed a call in the morning because they forgot to log their phone in is over! Security: limit the fraudulent use of the phone and the session identity theft Costs-savings: by having an “always logged-in” phone at their desks, employees tend to use it rather than their mobile device.
Summary Copyright Netvitesse © 2012 7 Typical use cases Brief description Key benefits Main compatibilities Usage scenarios 1 2 3 4 5 References 6
Typical use cases 8 Copyright Netvitesse © 2012 Task workers Campus workers Mobile workers Mitel® Hot Desk™ users Why?
Impacts of introducing the Hot Desk® feature? Easy passcode or no passcode ? Either choice exposes the user data and the company to fraud User experience transformation: Why do I need to log in on a phone? A portion of the users will forget to log in and out of the phones Unilogon can help! Availability of the phone service Security No human intervention required Zoom on Hot Desk 9 Copyright Netvitesse © 2012
Summary Copyright Netvitesse © 2012 10 Typical use cases Brief description Key benefits Main compatibilities Usage scenarios 1 2 3 4 5 References 6
Main compatibilities Client side Microsoft Windows XP, Vista, 7 (32 or 64 bits) Citrix (RDP and ICA) Xen App, Xen Desktop VMware view (RDP and PCoIP) Telephony side Mitel® IPBX: From ICP 3300 V9 to MCD 6.0 All 52xx and 53xx Phones Copyright Netvitesse © 2012 11 Thin client Laptop Desktop IPBX IP Phone
Supported installations (1) Type/ ModeClientAgent Desktop OS: Windows® 7, XP, Vista Unilogon client installed on desktop computers, phone- discovery optional Laptop OS: Windows® 7, XP, Vista Unilogon client installed on desktop computers, phone- discovery mandatory XenApp OS: Windows® 2003 Server, 2008 Server Unilogon client installed on XenApp servers Optionally, Unilogon client installed on Thin Client for phone- discovery Copyright Netvitesse © 2012 12
Supported installations (2) Type/ ModeClientAgent XenDesktop Desktop OS: Windows® 7, XP, Vista Unilogon client installed on XenDesktop VMs Optionally, Unilogon client installed on Thin Client for phone-discovery VMware View VM OS: Windows® 7, XP, Vista Unilogon client installed on VMware view VMs Optionally, Unilogon client installed on Thin Client (if any) for phone- discovery Terminal Services Server OS: Windows® 2003 Server, 2008 Server Unilogon client installed on Windows Server Optionally, Unilogon client installed on Thin Client (if any) for phone- discovery Copyright Netvitesse © 2012 13
Summary Copyright Netvitesse © 2012 14 Type of users concerned Brief description Key benefits Main compatibilities Usage scenarios 1 2 3 4 5 References 6
IPBX login “Connect user on phone xxxx” login “Discover phone” “logged in user” logout “Log out user” “Bob arrives at the office” “Bob leaves the office” Usage scenario 1 : Laptop users Copyright Netvitesse © 2012 15 Bob.STU is logged in ! Bob.STU is logged in ! Bob.STU is logged in !
Usage scenario 2: Thin Client users Copyright Netvitesse © 2012 16 “Bob arrives to the office” “He goes to an available desk” login IPBX “Connect user on phone xxxx” “Log out user” IPBX “Discover phone” Bob.STU is logged in ! “Bob has a meeting, he leaves the office” logout “Bob is now logged out” “Bob comes back to the office” “His previous desk is not available” “No problem! He can go to any desk with no constraint ” login “Discover phone” Bob.STU is logged in ! “Unilogon is not only a must have but a real solution that optimize the flexibility capacity of an organization” “Bob is logged in again!”
Summary Copyright Netvitesse © 2012 17 Type of users concerned Brief description Key benefits Main compatibilities Usage scenarios 1 2 3 4 5 References 6
To sum up, Unilogon Automatically logs the user on to the IP phone with his Hot Desk profile Enhances the user experience by making phone use simple, flexible and secure Seduces organizations by raising users productivity and reducing IT costs 18 Copyright Netvitesse © 2012
Useful contacts Product feedbacks: email@example.com@netvitesse.com Sales support: firstname.lastname@example.org@netvitesse.com Contact: email@example.com@netvitesse.com Netvitesse EMEA Paris 37 rue R. Lefebvre 94250 Gentilly FRANCE Netvitesse NA WesleyClover - Ottawa 390 March Road, Suite 110 Kanata, Ontario, K2K 0G7 CANADA Thank you 19 Copyright Netvitesse © 2012
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